- An Interview
with Sean Guillory
Sean Guillory was the head of Primordial Soup Kitchen,
a popular zine distro that shut down in 2000 after five years
in operation. The interview was conducted by Jen Angel of Fucktooth
"We have zines from all around the world, personal zines,
music zines, illustrated zines, activism/ political zines, how
to and creative guides, poetry zines and zines that just defy
description. Zines, books and everything else are shipped as
cheaply as possible and we ship zines all around the world so
no matter were you are you can get bunging stuff in that there
electronic shopping cart."
- Grrrlzine Distros
A list of distros, compiled by Elke of the Grrrlzine Network,
that distribute grrrl and feminist zines.
Standard Serial Number
Blasphemy to some, great fun to others. The ISSN is an eight-digit
number used chiefly by librarians to identify periodicals, including
Upload a PDF of your fanzine and HP will print it in four-color
at no cost to the publisher. Instead, readers pay 20 cents per
page plus shipping for each made-to-order copy. You set your
issue price and keep all proceeds above the base. Each issue
is printed on 80-pound paper with saddle-stitched covers. You
can browse and order titles here.
Some thoughts on distributing your print zine from
David Hirschi, a buyer for Desert Moon Publications. This article
originally appeared in Punk Planet in 1997.
- Pulling the Strings: How Businesses and Institutions
Attempt to Control the Small Press
Print only. $2 cash from Fred Woodworth, P.O. Box 3012, Tucson,
Realities of Zine Distribution
The cold, hard facts, from Daniel Sinker, editor of Punk Planet.
This article originally appeared in Punk Planet in 1997. With
a response by Dok Kaper.
- Whizzbanger Guide to Zine Distributors
Print only. A list of self-descriptions from 150 distributors
in 30 countries, about half of them outside North America, available
for $4 cash from Shannon Colebank, P.O. Box 5591, Portland, OR
- Zine Mail Orders: A Vanguard
Sean Guillory, formerly of Primordial Soup Kitchen, explains
the ins-and-outs of punk rock zine distribution. From Punk Rock
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